Minus 33 Celsius equals minus 27.4 Fahrenheit. Well, it was minus 33 oC, Tuesday morning, and it made me wonder if any of our school buses were running. A quick check indicated “no buses operating”. When I was a kid that was music to my ears. Oh sure, the school was almost always open but regular classes usually took the form of classroom movies and extra time in the gym.

This kind of cold took me back to my “As The Years Go By” Three Hills history book.

On January 19, 19

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Choral, Handbells and Instrumentals will all be featured at the Jubellation Handbell Celebration Concert.

This milestone event will include concerts at the Knox United Church, in Three Hills, on Saturday, January 26 at 7 pm and Sunday, January 27 at 3 pm. A freewill offering will be received.

Saturday night’s Town of Three Hills Winter Celebration and Tree Burn was an outstanding success. About 600 people, of all ages, came out to the Three Hills Recreation Park (Campground) for free hot d

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Remember to place your old Christmas tree at your front curb. Members of Three HIlls Public Works will be picking up trees on Friday, January 11 and 18. Please do not put your tree in a plastic bag and make sure all lights and decorations are removed.

The trees will be taken to the Three Hills Recreation Park (ball diamonds) in preparation for the Three HIlls Winter Celebration on Saturday, January 19.

If you’re new to town, this is a fun evening of high level fireworks, a huge bonfire alo

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I hope to see you this Friday night taking advantage of the savings and selection as Three Hills businesses offer shopping until 11 pm.

Check the ads in this issue for special offers throughout the evening. Also, see the Moonlight Christmas Market details on page 21 of the Classified section.

The Capital and Traders Furniture are partnering with the Three Hills Area Food Bank in hosting the “Fill The Van - Help The Food Bank” event this Friday night in the TD Canada Trust parking lot

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